|Level||Level 2 (Readiness Guide)|
10:00am - 11:00am CST
|Tuiton||$595 per semester|
|Course Size||Maximum 25 students, minimum of 6|
|Main Goal||After taking this course, students will be ready to solve more than a half of the problems at the annual F = ma competition in January, which is often enough to qualify to the next level and is considered equivalent to passing the AIME math competition. A number of our students have gone to the USAPhO after taking Level 2 class, and many of them also won medals there!|
|Note||Fall and Spring Semester classes are identical, covering the same areas and the same problems. If you took one of them already or are currently taking it, we do not recommend repeating it in a future semester. If a class repeat is what you really want, please contact us first.|
View the Fall and Spring semester weekly schedule
To maximize learning, students are strongly encouraged to attend the weekly online Q&A session. These sessions are recorded and posted online so students who miss them can review them at a later time. While attendance of Q&A Sessions is not mandatory, it is highly recommended.
|Additional Benefits||This course will go a long way to prepare the kids for at least a part of the AP Physics tests. Again, our primary goal is to prepare the kids for physics competitions; AP readiness is a side benefit.|
|Expected Prior Knowledge||Level 1 course at the Academy or at least Pre-AP high school physics. Very strong math skills are needed at the level of Precalculus.|
Olympiad Physics: Level 2 – Online
SKU: AMA-CRS006-2 Category: Course
The Level 2 course is intended to be the continuation of the Level 1 course, going deeper into physics problem solving and taking the students further in physics competitions. After this class students are expected to get the points needed to go to the USAPhO. The curriculum will cover the same areas as the F = ma competition, i.e., parts of classical mechanics, at a level beyond AP physics. This course will not require calculus, but we will learn some of it. Recommended for students who took Level 1 class or at least Honors / PreAP high school physics. Prerequisites: strong self-motivation, math skills at Precalculus level, our Level 1 class or at least Honors / Pre-AP Physics.
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